Ahmedabad

Famous For: Sabarmati Ashram, Sunset Drive In Cinema, Jhulta Minara, Auto World Vintage Car Museum, Lavish Law Garden, Heritage Walk, Victoria Garden, Jami Masjid, Calico Museum Of Textiles, Kankaria Lake, Science City, Manek Chowk, 

Ideal Visit Time: Winters are the best time to visit Ahmedabad as the weather is mild and pleasant and is a great time to enjoy the sights of the city.

Ahmedabad
Ahmedabad

Ahmedabad is a large and magnificent city in western India in the state of Gujarat. The famous river Sabarmati runs through the center of the city. As a traveler, you would like to visit the city. It is a major tourist destination for people all over the world. There are a lot of places which can attract a traveler. Ahmedabad is the largest city in the state of Gujarat. It is India’s fifth most populated city. This state plays a very important role in India’s economic and industrial hub. In cotton production, this city is the second-largest cotton producer of the country. Because of that, it was known as the ‘Manchester of India’ along with Kanpur. Ahmedabad’s stock exchange was India’s second-oldest. In 2018, due to some issues, the government shut down the stock exchange of this state.

The city Ahmedabad was ranked third in Forbes’s list of fastest-growing cities of the decade in 2010. It was chosen as India’s best city to live in by The Times of India in 2012. It was selected as one of the hundred Indian cities to be developed as a smart city, under the Government of India’s flagship Smart Cities Mission. It was the first city that was declared as India’s first UNESCO World Heritage city.

Cricket is a very popular sport in Ahmedabad. A new cricket ground named ‘Narendra Modi Stadium’ at Motera is now the largest cricket stadium globally, which can accommodate 110,000 spectators and the overall second-largest stadium in the world. 

Many festivals are celebrated throughout the year in Ahmedabad, including Uttarayan, Deepavali, Rath Yatra. Nine nights of Navratri are celebrated where people perform “Garba,” a popular folk dance form.  

Major Attraction Of Ahmedabad

How To Reach Ahmedabad

By Air: The Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport is 7.5 kilometers away from the city, and it is connected to all the major cities of India. It also has international flights. To reach your destination from the airport, you can book a pre-paid taxi.

By Train: The Kalupur Station, Ahmedabad’s station, which is under the national railway circuit, is well connected to all the major cities.

By Road: Ahmedabad is well connected to all the cities of Gujarat and other cities of India. You can pre-book a bus ticket because a lot of people travel to Ahmedabad by bus.

We wish you all the very best for your journey.
Happy Travelling.

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